BMW Championship: Golf pro Matt Kuchar tees off during a famous “Brickyard”.

Indianapolis. “The racing collateral of a world”, that
is how a Americans like to impute to Indianapolis. This week, the
collateral of a US state of Indiana will play horde to a really different
competition – a competition between a world’s best golfers for a FedExCup. The
BMW Championship during Crooked Stick Golf Club (6th to 11th September),
a third of 4 Playoff tournaments on a PGA TOUR, sees a tip 70
pros do conflict for a 30 places on offer during a deteriorate finale, the
TOUR Championship. One of a categorical protagonists is American Matt
Kuchar, who non-stop a BMW Championship during a iconic Indianapolis
Motor Speedway on Tuesday.

Playing from a tee on a famous “Brickyard,”, a start/finish line
done of bricks, a 38-year-old who finished third during a Olympic
Games had dual attempts to hole out on a immature 100 yards away. This was
a mystic figure, as a BMW Group is celebrating a centenary this
year. The series 17 in a universe narrowly missed a hole, though Kuchar
still entirely enjoyed a attempt during a Mecca of American motorsport.

“The BMW Championship is a illusory tournament. There is always a
lot of fad about who is going to make it into a tip 30 and
sojourn in a competition after this event,” pronounced a stream series 28 in
a FedExCup rankings. “Furthermore, a BMW Championship moves around
to opposite courses any year – and they always collect some amazing
golf courses. From a informative indicate of view, it is good that a BMW
Championship does change venue any year. This year we are in
Indianapolis, and it is good to see what this city is all about. The
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a large partial of it, and it is a thrill
for me to be here. This trickery is huge. we can’t wait to get in the
automobile and check a lane out.” In gripping with racing tradition in
Indianapolis, a golfing movement was followed by a sip of milk, before
Kuchar took to a famous oval circuit during a circle of a BMW M3.

“Kuuuch”, as he is cheered on enthusiastically by his many fans at
golf courses all over a world, lifted 10,000 US dollars for the
Evans Scholars Foundation. The foundation, that offers caddies
college scholarships, will accept all deduction from a BMW
Championship. Since 2007, when BMW became pretension partner of the
tournament, some-more than 21 million US dollars have been lifted for this
good cause.

Over a march of a contest week, a Evans Scholars Foundation
will have another possibility to collect adult a coupon for 100,000 dollars from
BMW, should one of a pros conduct a hole-in-one. The players
themselves also have a event to advantage from an ace: a first
hole-in-one on a 13th will be rewarded with a BMW M760i xDrive,
while a new BMW M2 is adult for grabs for a initial actor to achieve
a same attainment on a 17th hole.